Kwame Nsiah Apau goes by the name Okyeame Kwame in the showbiz world. But he is also called Rap Doctor because of his prowess as a rapper. He is a Ghanaian Musician, Songwriter, Creative Director and Entrepreneur. He is above all a great father and husband.
He is happily married to Annica Nsiah Apau since 2009. Their children Sir Bota Nsiah Apau and Sante Nsiah Apau are very much part of their social and celebrity lifestyle. They have featured in Okyeame Kwame's music videos a couple of times including some of his other projects.
The rapper posted a very beautiful, yet confusing picture on his Instagram page. This picture got people really confused, including Ghana international gospel singer Sonnie Baduu.
Spot Sonnie Baduu's comment below:
The picture showed Okyeame and his wife Annica putting on a denim kind of cloth. Looking at it, it appears as one piece, yet it has both trouser legs and an opening like a dress hem. Okyeame's two leg passed through the trouser legs while Annica's legs passed through the dress hem. Please stop thinking too hard and check the picture out below:
In explaining the the concept of the picture, Okyeame wrote:
"@okyeamekwame: When two people are covered in the same cloth, they can only move forward through focus.
This is the pictorial representation of what our mums used to say " Enɛ mene wo bɛ hyɛ nika baako" (today, we will wear the same shorts) but seriously, this is my idea of love locked down".
We all know Okyeame is a deep thinker. What a beautiful way to pass the message across.
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